Days of Glory
Brexit: the IEA's "Ratner" moment
Booker: the end of the EU's imperial dream
The EU debate: Clegg's seven percent lie
IEA Brexit prize: a challenge
That debate: a victory against a weak opponent
IEA Brexit prize: of the other five
Brexit: prize-winner announcement
UKIP: Farage has blown it
Flexcit: how we would actually leave the EU
Ukraine: on the edges of failure
BBC Institutional bias
Dealing With Bailiffs
Bloody Hell Dell
How to be a complete bastard
Witterings from Witney
An Englishmans Castle
Nerds of a Feather
The Boiling Frog
Your Freedom & Ours
The Purple Scorpion
The Anglo Saxon Chronicle
Gallimaufry & Chips
Junius on UKIP
The Corruption of the Media
As of 28 August, this is our
report on the media coverage of the "Qana" incident on 30 July 2006. This incorporates all changes and corrections since first publication on 23 August, including the addition of two new appendices. The report is also available to download as a .PDF file, from
Please see links below for access to the parts.
Part 1 - Introduction.
Part 2 - The "set".
Part 3 - Act 1: The dead baby.
Part 4 - Act 2: The Red Cross workers.
Part 5 - Act 3: The camera runs - Scene 1.
Part 6 - Act 3: The camera runs - Scene 2.
Part 7 - Act 4: Caught in the act!
Part 8 - Discussion and conclusions.
Appendix 1 - The "Stretcher Alley" mystery.
Appendix 2 - The "reburying" controversy.
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